Sgt Jean Harold Astree Death: The City of Fairburn is lamenting the takeoff of a dearest official who passed on in a minor collision Thursday.
Sgt Jean Harold Astree Death: Authorities say 54-year-old Sgt. Jean-Harold Astree was locked in with a minor collision in Douglas County and passed on from his injuries.
Sgt Jean Harold Astree Death: He has been with the City of Fairburn since April 2018 and had as of late worked with the city in 2011.
Sgt Jean Harold Astree Death: “The City is broken due to the appalling loss of Sgt. Astree,” said Mayor Mario B. Avery. “Today our city has lost a legend for public prosperity and our contemplations and petitions to God are with his friends and family.
We thank every one of the enveloping domains for stepping in to help us during this problematic time.”
Sgt Jean Harold Astree Death: An Air Force veteran, Astree was portrayed as a “planned official and certified legend who served the occupants and business of the City of Fairburn with pride,” specialists say
Sgt Jean Harold Astree Death: “Our authorities esteem the assistance of the City of Fairburn and the neighborhood this extraordinarily anguishing time,” communicated Chief of Police James McCarthy.
“We loosen up our most significant feelings to Sgt. Astree’s family, friends, and individual authorities. We will do everything we can for help them during this troublesome time.”